Regal, 18th Century-Inspired Gowns from Kelly Faetanini Spring 2017
The spring 2017 collection from Kelly Faetanini exudes the elegance and notoriety of 18th century Victorian society. With simple, distinguishing silhouettes and gold accents representing prestige, any bride will feel regal in a number of these new designs. This significant period of history is perfect to draw from when imagining a royal affair.
Though each style shares a common theme, the dresses are all unique, so that every bride may find her “one.” Ensembles include “Lavinia” – an Alençon lace strapless fit-to-flare gown with an illusion neckline featuring crystal beaded appliqués, “Leona” – a silk organza strapless ball gown with a notch neckline detailed with gold embroidery appliqués and pockets, and “Nora” – a blush silk organza illusion lace-sleeved gown featuring a double-tiered scallop lace trim and train overskirt detail. To see these styles and more, view the slideshow above.
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